Supercar drivers are set to be banned from revving their engines in an upmarket village after locals complained about the noise.
Owners of high-performance sports cars have been "causing a public nuisance" in the picturesque civil parish of Alderley Edge, according to the deputy leader of Cheshire East Council.
Craig Browne said young drivers have been showing off their vehicles in a bid to become YouTube internet stars, and their antics have disturbed local residents.
The council is now seeking a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) to prevent them from revving their car engines and accelerating noisily down the main roads of the village.
PSPOs were introduced in 2014 to help councils tackle antisocial behaviour in public areas.
The Local Government Association said they "send a clear message that certain behaviours will not be tolerated, and help reassure residents that unreasonable conduct is being addressed".
Two Mercedes drivers and an Audi owner in London were found guilty of breaching a PSPO in 2016, after Kensington and Chelsea council received a huge number of complaints about the high-powered cars being driven "in a reckless and aggressive manner" in Knightsbridge over the summer. They were fined a total of more than £1,000.
"There are a group of people who stand on the footway at various points with cameras looking to take photographs of vehicles," said Mr Browne.
"It's like the highways version of trainspotting, but it is encouraging reckless driving and antisocial behaviour.
"The way they're being driven with rapid acceleration and excessive revving of engines and exhaust noise is causing a problem."
Cheshire Police said the force is aware of the issue and is working with the council to find a resolution.